Bruce Lee-"Enter The Dragon" Body Building Workout Routine

                                                 Bruce Lee the Body and Strength Builder


 
Bruce Lee in "Way of the Dragon" his 3rd movie made in China, where he destroys Chuck Norris in an epic battle at the end .
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                    Bruce Lee in starring role of "Enter the Dragon" his greatest movie accomplishment

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                                                     Bruce Lee "Enter The Dragon"

 Famous Bruce Lee Scene from Enter The Dragon, during a fight at the end with Han, Bruce Lee demonstrates superior muscular definition, striations and extremely low body fat.


                                         Bruce Lee Body Fat looks as though it were around 3%


Bruce Lee super strength developed partially by Isometrics exercises  including this biceps hold curl






One of Bruce's peculiar pieces of equipment , mainly used for isometric holds against the bars in various positions, here Bruce demonstrates Hanging leg raises for abs

Clean and press, or maybe a military press hard to determine. Linda Lee Bruce's wife says that he was always working out , Bruce had weights in almost every room of the house!


Barbell concentration curls for Bruce Lee  biceps

Bruce Lee had insane forearm size and strength due partially to his dedication to martial arts and weight training. Seen here with a Club device, one ended weight or sledge hammer for forearms.

"The Flag" "Dragon Flags" or "Dragon Flyes" for abs, core, a famous Bruce Lee movement.

Grip machine made especially for Bruce by friend George Lee

                                                                         
Notice Bruce Lee's grip machine there on the floor next to him jumping rope on the balcony gym!

This is Bruce Lee audition pic for the TV series "Kung Fu" which he came up with, but instead the part went to David Carridine.    
Bruce Lee Later went to China and started filming on his own "Fists of Fury" The Chinese Connection" and "Way of The Dragon"
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No one does it better than the Master Martial Artist, Strength Trainer, Fitness advocate Bruce Lee.

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